Ways And Methods Of Formation Of Professional Competence In Future Professionals

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Oripova Nodima Khalilovna, Hamroyev Shuhrat Eliyevich, Ayzina Tatyana Vladimrovna, Umirova Feruza Namazovna, Bakhritdinova Dilobar Zayniddinovna, Azizova Dilnoz Yuldashevna


This article describes the importance of the formation of professional competence of future professionals, the content and essence of the concept of competence, the analysis of scientific research in this area in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The article also discusses the opportunities and needs for the formation of professional competence of students majoring in preschool education. Millions of people around the world, including young people, are struggling to find a place in life due to lack of professionalism, and the number of unemployed is growing every year. This article addresses this socio-pedagogical problem and explores effective ways to address it.

Admittedly, professionalism is important in a person's life. Because professional activity has long been an integral part of people’s lives. According to daily observations and scientific research, people's health, vitality, and true happiness depend on the profession they choose and the fact that they have worked in this profession for many years. People who choose a career out of curiosity, accidentally, under the influence of someone, or under the pressure of their parents, often experience depression, unhappiness, failure in their careers, and professional dissatisfaction. Choosing a career path is one of the most pressing issues. Thus, the issue of choosing a profession and working effectively in one profession for many years is still a pressing issue. In particular, the possession of professional competence in professional activity is a factor that increases its effectiveness.

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